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Valley Hospice

10686 State Route 150 Rayland, OH

(740) 859-5650

Valley Hospice

Health Services, Hospice Care

Description of Services

Valley Hospice has provided care and support for patients and their families since 1985. As a legacy non-profit hospice, we believe that everyone in our community deserves excellent end-of-life care. Our specially trained compassionate staff has cared for thousands of patients throughout the entire Ohio Valley.

Valley Hospice is proud to offer programs that enhance the quality of life for the patient and their family; “A Hero’s Salute,” specialized end-of-life care and support to patients who have served in the military; “A Plan for Living,” advanced directives program; “Whispered Wishes,” a program that grants end-of-life wishes; “Meaningful Moments, resources for individuals and families dealing with dementia; and “Bobby’s Books,” using books to help build a child’s coping skills. Valley Hospice also offers the area’s only inpatient care centers: Valley Hospice Mary Jane Brooks Care Center North, in Steubenville and Valley Hospice Liza’s Place Care Center South, in Wheeling.

To respond to the needs of the community, Valley Hospice developed the area's only in-home palliative care program, Caring Connections Palliative Care. Palliative care, or “comfort care,” aims to help patients feel better and cope with the stress of living with a serious illness. The goal is to improve the quality of life of both the patient and their family. Our team works to anticipate, prevent and relieve suffering related to a serious illness or the side effects of treatment.

Although Valley Hospice has grown dramatically, we have kept with our core mission of ensuring access to care for anyone living with a life limiting illness through our commitment to caring, living and healing. Our organization was founded on the principle that everyone deserves excellent end-of-life care regardless of their ability to pay and we continue to operate by that principle today.

If this is an EMERGENCY, please call 9-1-1.
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